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17 December headlines
2014 warmest year in Europe since 1500s
Climate change is very likely to have helped make 2014 Europe’s warmest year since the 1500s, scientists have found. Researchers at Oxford University found global warming had increased the risk of such a record being set be at least a factor of 10. Financial Times.
David Cameron says people are ‘fed up’ with onshore wind farms
People are “fed up” with onshore wind farms being built, and “enough is enough”, David Cameron has said. The Conservatives say they would not subsidise new onshore turbines if they win the general election. BBC.
Bank stress tests: RBS and Lloyds struggle while Co-op fails in ‘doomsday’ scenario
Lloyds and Royal Bank of Scotland have barely managed to pass stress tests by the Bank of England examining their resilience in a doomsday scenario of plunging house prices and rising rates. Meanwhile, the Co-op Bank was the only one of eight lenders involved to slip up. Independent.
Cheaper oil could damage renewable energies, says Richard Branson
Saudi Arabia is encouraging the dramatic collapse of oil prices in order to damage the surging global clean energy industry, British entrepreneur Richard Branson has claimed. Guardian.
Denmark lays claim to riches of the Arctic
The battle for the Arctic is heating up after Denmark became the first country to lodge a formal claim to the North Pole and any energy reserves beneath it. The Times.
Climate change will leave Christmas trees in hot water – New Scientist
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